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Gabriella: There’s no *one* best way of learning a language. But... there are many! Want to know what they are?
Gabriella: Welcome to Innovative Language.com Sunday News! I'm Gabriella and I'll be hosting today's Sunday news with one of the staff here at Innovative Language...Yuriy!
Peter: Hi everyone! Yuriy here.
Gabriella: In this Sunday News, find out how to improve all aspects of language learning and double your progress!
Peter: Books. Podcasts. Apps. Websites. Flashcards There are so many ways to learn a language!
Gabriella: But... which one do you choose?
Peter: Ask any experienced learner, listeners.
Gabriella: Ask them how many resources they’ve used... or what the best ways to study are.
Peter: And I guarantee you... every one of them will give you the same answer.
Gabriella: We’ll tell you what it is in a second but first we’ve got an EPIC sitewide sale coming up
Peter: All of our Basic, Premium and Premium PLUS subscriptions are on sale.
Gabriella: That’s 3 different ways to master your language and 3 big discounts to choose from.
Peter: Save 15% on Premium PLUS and get complete Premium Access and a tutor
Gabriella: Save 20% on Basic, our most affordable plan, and get just the lessons and PDF notes. This is perfect for casual learners.
Peter: Or Save 30% on Premium, our most popular plan in which you’re getting complete access to our learning system
Gabriella: So all of our best language lessons and learning tools are available for up to 30% OFF until Friday, September 27th, 2013.
Peter: Want to subscribe and start learning language with our effective lessons?
Gabriella: Just click the link in the lesson description.
Peter: So to answer the question... Any seasoned learner will tell you they’ve been through books, apps, flashcards, you name it.
Gabriella: It’s probably because different resources target different parts of language, isn’t it?
Peter: Exactly. Take our audio lessons. They focus on speaking and listening and they work.
Gabriella: But they definitely won’t help your reading skills.
Peter: And that’s not a bad thing because each resource has it’s own specific purpose
Gabriella: Kind of like textbooks are good for reading and grammar, but not speaking?
Peter: That’s right. You see, experienced learners know this very well... and instead of wondering why a textbook isn’t helping their speech... they supplement their study with another resource.
Gabriella: I see. So that’s why they use so many different ways to study.
Peter: For example... to improve reading on our site, you’d use the PDF lesson notes.
Gabriella: The notes also help with listening if you’re following along as you listen.
Peter: So that’s their purpose and that’s how they’ll help you. How about for vocabulary?
Gabriella: You’d use something like the 2,000 top words list and flashcards, right?
Peter: Now you’re getting it. And flashcards are the most popular way for learning words regardless of your learning level.
Gabriella: So listeners, getting back to the question “what's the one, best way to learn a language?”
Peter: The answer is... there are many awesome ways and they all work.. except..
Gabriella: ...Except remember, each resource has it’s own purpose and it will target specific areas of a language.
Peter: It’s up to you to choose which areas you want to target.
Gabriella: Some learners want to cover everything from speaking, to writing, to comprehension.
Peter: So you’ll have to divide your time equally among audio lessons, writing practice, reading practice and more.
Gabriella: But if you’re more interested in speaking than reading and writing...
Peter: Listen up... because most learners want to speak fluently more than anything else.
Gabriella: Focus more on audio lessons, combine it with a tutor with our Premium Plus plan and focus less on the textbook.
Peter: And remember, if you want to start mastering your language...
Gabriella: No matter what you’re focusing on - speaking, reading, comprehension...
Peter: Or even if you want a tutor... Take advantage of our advanced learning system
Gabriella: And choose one of 3 ways to learn the language. Basic, Premium or Premium PLUS with the EPIC Sale.
Peter: With Basic, you save 20% and get just the lessons and lesson notes. Perfect for casual learners and those that are focusing on speaking, listening and reading.
Gabriella: With Premium, you save a big 30% OFF our complete learning system which is designed to cover all aspects - reading, writing, speaking, listening, as well as vocabulary focused tools, pronunciation tools and more.
Peter: And with Premium PLUS, you get personal help from a tutor PLUS Premium access to all lessons, lesson notes and study tools.
Gabriella: That’s 3 different ways to master your language.
Peter: And 3 big discounts to choose from until Friday, September 27th, 2013. Click the link in the lesson description below the lesson player.
Gabriella: Save up to 30% and start mastering your language.
Gabriella: And that’s all we've got time for– You’ve been listening to Innovative Language.com Sunday News!
Peter: Bye everyone!
Gabriella: Thank you for listening, and we’ll see you all next time.

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